Yes I do think that NPR is a bit bias. But then again there are many media networks that are media bias whether they’re radio stations, news stations, commentators, authors, newspaper companies etc. There are many media sources, and people who work in the media that take bias to the fullest. Whether or not it’s about Tim Tebow “Tebowing” on the sideline or Britney Griner of Baylor University’s women’s basketball team playing like a “Man” because of her height and skill for the game of basketball, there will always be an issue. In my opinion, it’s the job of the media to be bias, and stir up conflicts. NPR is also bias because of the way they cover their stories, and on which stories they decide to cover. The way they handle their stories based on their policies makes it a bit sketchy, and is more than obvious on why they’re bias in my opinion. There have been many accusations in the past on NPR being bias, especially on how they have covered many current events and I see them more as a political radio station. I think there radio coverage comes from a lot of what has to do with politics which makes it bias. You won’t hear about a women getting raped or beaten, or a man that was shot 9 times in the chest in the Bronx. I think perception is important here for the audience because yes they are a very popular radio station, and have millions of listeners but is that really what we want to hear about our socieies and environments. If it’s going to be covered it should be covered the right way. Especially that they get to decide what to place, and what to speak of isolates away from other issues such as violence, corruption, and issues that really need to be covered. Yes, they may cover some of these issues but how they cover them, or what they make out of the story is what is an issue.